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Reports on road rage and aggressive driving show that nearly everyone who drives may display or be affected by such behavior. Males however, the staple of territorial and aggressive behavior, do appear to be larger perpetrators of road rage than females.
Future research is suggested in the use of a larger sample within the United States and perhaps according to region in regards to gender. Gender Differences On the Road Road rage is a common offense committed or experienced by most drivers and is also well covered and portrayed by the media.
Road rage is seen as an act of aggression and can also be stemmed from natural territorial tendencies.
Given the fact that road rage is a hostile act of aggression it is easy to hypothesize that males are more often the perpetrators of road rage than females. The Iowa Department of Transportation IDT characterizes road rage as a societal condition when the reaction to what is perceived as hostile traffic situations is loss of temper.
Road rage is often expressed in one of two ways: Male and female motorist both demonstrate acts of road rage, however, it is widely accepted that males are more actively aggressive than females in all spectrums of life. This aggression is often times associated to biological factors and explained by the different chemical and hormonal compositions for each sex.
Numerous and extensive studies have been conducted on the subject of road rage in which one of the measures investigated has been sex and gender, these studies have all pointed to the undeniable fact that men tend to be more aggressive than women and are often times the offender in road rage than woman.
Males more territorial nature also seems to play a large part in road rage.
It encourages the competitive, hostile, and heightened risk taking behavior in males which leads to higher probabilities of accidents. Such deviant behaviors are seen to be noticeably higher in men than in women.
Males risk-proneness while driving is directly reflective of their risky behavior in everyday life. More often than not men typically, manifest higher levels of sensation-seeking and risk-taking attitudes in different settings. This ingrained sex difference has a hormonal basis and is not brought about by simple socialization or experience.
Males are to aggression as females are to nurturing. In all studies and analyses, without exception, men showed a higher rate of crashes than women.
The scale of this difference between the sexes is very substantial. Chipman Chipman et al,for instance, shows that men have double the number of crashes per 1, drivers than women. This study will gather information from the most recent information collected by insurance Canary, D.Gender Differences On the Road Abstract Road rage is a form of aggressive behavior that effects everyone on the road ways.
Reports on road rage and aggressive driving show that nearly everyone who drives may display or be affected by such behavior. Men and Women Drivers: The Gender Divide. Suzanne Phillips, Psy.D., ABPP.
Suzanne B. Phillips, Psy.D., ABPP is a licensed psychologist.
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